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Beringer Vineyards Nightingale 2010

"The late Myron Nightingale was winemaker at Beringer Vineyards from 1971 to 1984. Myron and his wife, Alice, were great innovators who collaborated to create the first botrytized dessert wine in California. Today, it bears their name. Myron used to joke that making great wine was simple, but simply put, Myron was a great winemaker. Today, Roger Harrison, Nightingale winemaker, oversees this labor of love and special tribute to the Nightingales." —winemaker
$56.25 $33.99 (Save $22.26)

Esporao Monte Velho Red 2017

"With a distinctly Alentejo profile, this wine aims to transmit the uniqueness of the Alentejo and the quality of Herdade do Esporão wines to more people. Balanced and gastronomic, it is an excellent choice for a variety of occasions. Clear, deep red ruby color. Aromas of spicy red and dark berry fruits with earthy notes. Fresh and elegant on the palate with good fruit depth, nicely structured." —winemaker

Blend: Trincadeira, Aragonez, Syrah, Touriga Nacional
$6.99 $4.99 (Save $2.00)

Gaja Barbaresco DOCG 2011

"The centerpiece of the portfolio, Gaja Barbaresco is a testament to the Gaja family's historic commitment to the appellation and its belief that Barbaresco stands proudly with the great growing regions of the world. The Gaja winery stopped sourcing fruit from other growers in 1961 in order to ensure the utmost quality in its wines. In all, Gaja Barbaresco is produced using grapes grown in 14 vineyards in the village of Barbaresco. Garnet in color, the nose is almost sensual in its complexity, with aromas of forest fruits, plums, licorice, mineral and coffee scents. Long, complex finish with fine, silk-like tannins and good acidity; dense structure, full of super-ripe fruit." —importer
$157.99 $94.99 (Save $63.00)

Jorge Ordonez Victoria # 2

"Brilliant yellow hue. Fresh and intense, with a mix of sensations of freshly peeled apple, orange peel, bee pollen and aromatic herbs. Concentrated, fat but refreshing. Long finish." -winemaker
$22.99 $17.24 (Save $5.75)

Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc 2018

$13.99 $8.09 (Save $5.90)

Quintessa 2007

"There is a sense of sophistication and well-managed ripeness that seem a constant in the best Cabernets of the vintage, and both are apparent in this complex and very well-crafted wine. A nice splash of sweet oak highlights the very keen curranty fruit in its aromas and continues on as a sympathetic partner to themes of cassis and black cherries in the wine's lengthy and beautifully proportioned flavors. Ageworthy by dint of its balance rather than for forbidding astringency, this is one tohide away for at least a half dozen years and more."

"The 2007 looks to be one of Quintessa's stronger efforts in a number of years. Dark ruby/purple, with sweet black currant, cherry, and loamy soil notes intermixed with some subtle spice box and background oak, this wine is rich and medium to full-bodied, with round, silky tannins, and an attractive set of aromatics. Very accessible and drinkable now, it should age nicely for 15 or more years." -Robert Parker

"A very fine Cab from the estate, which is in the north-central part of the Rutherford appellation. Judging from the tannins, it’s too youthful to drink now, with a tight, astringent mouthfeel and fleshy, unintegrated oak. But the flavors are extraordinary. They flood the mouth with the essence of Cabernet, with ripe blackberries, black currants, raspberries and mocha, and the spicy finish lasts for a full minute. Give it until 2013, and it should provide great drinking through 2019, at least." -SH
$139.99 $104.99 (Save $35.00)

Taylor Fladgate Vintage Port 1980

"This house must certainly be the Latour of Portugal. Their ports are remarkably backward yet still impressive when young. Of all the vintage ports, those of Taylor need the longest time to mature and even when fully mature seem to have an inner strength and firmness that keep them going for decades. Their tawnys are also among the very best, though somewhat expensive. The 1980 is probably the best port of the vintage." -Robert Parker
$99.99 $49.99 (Save $50.00)